Working With Documents

Working with documents is an essential part of any job. When you’re transferring the project to an employee who is new to the team or making preparations for a busy season it is imperative to document the process. Effective documentation lets you provide an abundance of details from account logins to step-by-step instructions, that your team can rely on when the work picks up. Documentation can also help save time since you won’t need to look through emails or downloads to find the information you need.

Document Document (noun) an item of paper containing official information such as a receipt contract, or letter. Documents can be a written record, like an entry in a journal, or a school report. Documents are either semistructured or unstructured. Unstructured documents can include handwritten notes, letters and newspaper articles; semistructured ones include databases, books and blogs online. Document can also be a work of nonfiction which serves as the reader with a reference, study or comparison, like manuscripts, illustrations, printed matter, photographs, maps and museum specimens.

A document is a piece of data on the macOS device that contains text and formatting which can be printed on paper or displayed on a screen. You can create documents using macOS apps like Pages and TextEdit as well as using templates available in the App Store. Apple Documentation for Pages or Apple Documentation for TextEdit can provide more information. You can also seek assistance with these apps and others by clicking Help in the menu bar or searching for “document” while working.

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